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    Re: What sparks joy in you?

    Notice that most joy experienced is FREE! Joy and love are free!
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    Re: Is the Vedas' version of hell truth...?

    Dr. David Hawkins says Hell is what you experience in the afterlife, karma you drew to yourself by your negative deeds. Yes, it's understood that karma is complex and not necessarily retribution for...
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    Re: The Great American Dairy Industry

    Processed dairy was the first health subject I dove into 25 years ago. With the birth of my first child good health practices become important to our family. Back then there was a very informative...
  4. Re: Ancient Artifacts That Are Still Shrouded in Controversy Today

    Oh no Chris, I did not mean to discount your video. Sorry I was not more clear. I love the guys in the video and side with them completely. I was referring to the mainstream authority figures. Like...
  5. Re: Straight Pride gets attacked during "pride month"

    Perhaps there is an agenda, but an important thing to remember is this: the average gay person is not suggesting anyone feel guilt or shame for being straight

    Suggesting they do is an...
  6. Re: Straight Pride gets attacked during "pride month"

    Perhaps there is an agenda, but an important thing to remember is this: the average gay person is not suggesting anyone feel guilt or shame for being straight

    Suggesting they do is an...
  7. Re: Ancient Artifacts That Are Still Shrouded in Controversy Today

    Awesome topic Oh Bearded One. It's almost comical how mainstream authorities, supposed experts, present these ludicrous ideas and theories to us. Then when presented with overwhelming evidence to the...
  8. Re: Straight Pride gets attacked during "pride month"

    There is a stark distinction between not discriminating and placing the gay contingent on a golden pedestal. They certainly deserve to be treated with respect and acceptance, but do not deserve any...
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    Re: Batman Existed in Mesoamerican

    You just sucked the wind right out of his sail, didn't you? haha. It's a cool looking piece. Heck, I wanted it to be real, well really old that is.
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    Re: The Billion Year Old Fungi

    Thanks - I’ll have to check it out!

    From the few podcasts I’ve listened to, Joe Rogan is a stellar interviewer and host, in such a natural and unassuming way.

    Regarding portobello mushrooms, I...
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    Re: The Billion Year Old Fungi

    This thread didn't get much traction, but I'll recommend Paul Stamet's Joe Rogan interview if you haven't seen it.

    Fungi are intelligent, perhaps from a distance place in space. Stamet's...
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    Re: Feel good thoughts. What helps?

    Every day, in every way, I'm getting better and better.

    V2LtanImPdY
  13. Re: What is your health protocol, and how do you rate your health?

    Emotional suffering is one of, if not the cause of physical dis-ease. Almost all ailments are environmentally induced. The kind of food we eat may not matter if we are spiritually centered and free...
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    Wilcock has borrowed or stolen enough credible information that he seems to make a good case for himself in general. Thanks for showing giving us a deeper view.
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    Re: Donations for toddler with pneumonia

    If no one else has mentioned MMS, I will. Get the little goober some!
  16. Re: The US Vaccine issue is more than just about "the Shots", it is about totalitarian tiptoe

    I do believe the science is settled. Vaccines are disgusting, vile, ineffective poison. Worse, the drug firms have ill-intent, which has been proven many times. They've been caught soundly...
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    This isn't about offending transgender people ... this is about human decency.

    I can't believe this thread is up almost a whole day and not one other person has had the backbone to call out the...
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    Re: The DNA of the Strange (with Dr Garry Nolan)

    I'll bet the 80/20 rule applies here too. 80% are closed minded. It seems those types must find it on their own. There is no convincing most of them. One of the great avatars (Buddha?) said it's a...
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    Re: The 1963 TV show - The Outer Limits

    Our television was controlled by my grandmother. She watched only soap operas, Bonanza, or other dramas boring to an 11 year old boy. I would walk next door and watch The Outer Limits on their TV,...
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    A question arises. Why does such a tiny segment of society, said to be .04%, gain so much political clout? I certainly have empathy for a person so confused. They have every right to their decisions...
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